Thanks a lot for that information on the happy hours. Every beach town we ever go to it's all about finding the best happy hour specials. It seems like everybody wants to have it at the same time every day four pm to seven pm. It would seem like to me asked a bar would really stick out if they were six pm to ten pm, and they would probably be packed every night which is what they want. By having the happy hours at the same time as everybody else you don't stick out. Somebody should have a happy hour until ten pm or later. There are plenty a good places to eat and I will highlight a few of my top picks. Quick and easy for take out is yen chinese restaurant - chinese - two north atlantic avenue - 321-783-9512. Got to luve the cuban sandwiches and coffee at roberto's little Havana - cuban - twenty six north Orlando avenue - 321-784-1868. Super cheap for take out is the mcdonald restaurant - sandwiches, burgers, salads - 3920 north atlantic avenue - 321-783-3450. You do not want to miss discovery Beach Cafe - american - three hundred barlow avenue - 321-783-1766.
Good morning to the Cocoa Beach condo staff, as I already mailed a check from our nc office Saturday for the final bill. I'm up here for a couple weeks, and took a guess at two hundred dollars for utilities. That's going to short by $60. I can mail you a second check tomorrow for the balance.
Much looking forward to our group meeting at megomalleys.com Beer Bar. Thanks, and happy new year to the soup bar thesoupshop.net and to all.
Sebastian Inlet is awesome, but you have to work with the weather and the surf waves. There is no need to come up today, as the weather is just not good. It is too rainy, it has only two foot waves, I am going to work on the computer today.
That's great Florida Travel Commander, except for one thing about Sebastian Inlet in December. There is no one in the water in any of the pictures because the water is too cold! I will bring my bathing suit, but I don't know about bringing the Boogie Board. Only the hard core surfers hit the waves from December to March in Florida.